Cyberpunk 2077 has been somewhat quiet in recent months, largely due to its most recent significant patch: 1.3. Part reports about the PS5 and Xbox Series X editions of Cyberpunk 2077, as well as patch 1.5, have surfaced, however CD Projekt Red has rejected at least some of them. Fans are aware that they will be released sometime this year, but the immediate and long-term status of Cyberpunk is mostly unknown.
SteamDB has registered a new non-public update for Cyberpunk 2077 on Steam, as Redditor AssCrack 42069 pointed out on the Cyberpunk 2077 subreddit. Cyberpunk received a new update on January 14, just a few days ago, according to the database.
Because the update isn’t available to the general public, it’s evident that CD Projekt Red is only testing the contents of whatever it’s working on, but it’s worth noting that this is the game’s first update since October 28. It’s unclear what material that update added because it was a private update, but it’s interesting that there was such a large gap between the most recent update and the one before it.
Aside from the non-public changes, the most recent update for Cyberpunk 2077 was on September 14th. This was Patch 1.31, and it was CD Projekt Red’s last published update for Cyberpunk 2077, which lends some credence to the appearance of multiple non-public upgrades in recent months.
Despite the relative quiet, Cyberpunk 2077 had a fantastic year at the end of 2021. After taking up the game at a discount, many players submitted excellent reviews online, and CDPR feels that CP2077 will be regarded as a fantastic game in the future. That, like the contents of the aforementioned update, remains to be seen, but CDPR is well aware that it must deliver on promised content and more in the coming year.